Correspondence from His Divine Grace

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda

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1967-05-04Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 4, 1967

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter of April 28, 1967, and thank you for returning the check. For the balance eight books you can send me your check conveniently, there is no hurry.
New York
1967-05-21Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 21, 1967

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara

Please accept my blessings and offer the same to your good companion Srimati Malatidevi. Please inform her that I have received her letter with great appreciation and I shall meet her very soon in San Francisco. Regarding your inquiry about the valuable woodred you have secured, I would advise you to attempt carving Lord Caitanya and His associates Murtis as I am sending herewith the specimen. If possible you can carve also the Forms of Radha and Kr…
New York
1967-06-05Krsna Devi, Subala, Lilavati, Yamuna, Jayananda, Upendra, Malati, Gurudasa, Syamasundara, Haridasa, Mukunda, Janaki, Aunt Edna Howellplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Krsna Devi, Subala, Lilavati, Yamuna, Jayananda, Upendra, Malati, Gurudasa, Syamasundara, Haridasa, Mukunda, Janaki, Aunt Edna Howell — June 5, 1967

Letter to: Krsna Devi, Subala, Lilavati, Yamuna, Jayananda, Upendra, Malati, Gurudasa, Syamasundara, Haridasa, Mukunda, Janaki, Aunt Edna Howell
New York
1968-02-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 15, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in receipt of your letter with designs of the throne. I am so glad that somebody has donated sufficient funds to construct the throne. Your design appears to be very nice, nicer than the design which I gave you drawn by Gaurasundara; but the former design was made with the proposal of covering it with silver foils. To make it less expensive because the whole thing has to be covered by silver foils, I made it plainer…
Los Angeles
1968-06-07Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 7, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

San Francisco

My dear Syamasundara,

I am so glad to receive your letter dated May 30, 1968, redirected from Boston. Don’t mind very much that I have not received the permanent visa. I think it is Krishna
Montreal
1968-07-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — July 15, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

San Francisco

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter with thanks, dated July 8, 1968, and I must say that the Rathayatra festival was so successful for your diligent labor only. If you would not have constructed such a nice ratha (car) in such a short time, it would not have been possible to perform the grand festival. By Krishna
Montreal
1968-10-01Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — October 1, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara

Please accept my blessings. I am so pleased to learn about your slow but sure progress in the matter of your most glorious London yatra. I am sure Krishna will help you fully and do it seriously. I hope the letter of Alan Ginsberg will help you greatly. If you think so right you can open a/c external sterling scheme with the
Seattle
1968-10-10Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — October 10, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. Since I received your letter dated September 26, 1968, I have not heard anything from either of you, so I am very much anxious to know about the London affairs. You will be glad to know that Sivananda has already opened our Iskcon Radha Krishna Temple in Berlin. The copy of the letter which I am sending just now to him is also enclosed herewith, please find. I do not know why there is so much difficulty in finding out a …
Seattle
1968-11-08Yamuna, Mukunda, Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Yamuna, Mukunda, Syamasundara — November 8, 1968

Letter to: Yamuna, Mukunda, Syamasundara

London

My dear Yamuna, Mukunda, and Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I have duly received your letters dated Nov. 1, Nov. 2, and Oct. 25, respectively, and I have noted the contents carefully. I am confident that you are all trying your best so there is no question of doing things hastily. You can execute your respective duties peacefully and I am confident that you will be successful. I understand from Yamuna
Los Angeles
1968-11-12Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — November 12, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated Nov. 4, 1968. The description of your letter reveals that you want to serve Krishna more and more. This is very good sign. Service of Krishna is so nice that one becomes enthusiastic to serve more and more. That is the nature of spiritual service. I can understand also that because you could not start a temple in London you are feeling little disappointed, but the…
Los Angeles
1968-11-24Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — November 24, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter of November 20th and it has given me great satisfaction to see how the London center is progressing nicely. All six of my disciples which I have sent to London are very sincere servants of Krishna and you simply remember to continue in this way and your activities will continue to bring nice results. When we remember always to have unflinching faith in the spiritual master and the messa…
Los Angeles
1968-12-21Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — December 21, 1968

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your very encouraging letter of December 16, 1968 and I’ve noted the contents with great pleasure and hope.
Los Angeles
1969-01-11Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — January 11, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter of January 7, 1969, and before this I had also received your letter of January 2, 1969, and have noted the contents with great encouragement. Although nothing is settled as of yet, I can understand that things are progressing well and as you write in your letter under reply, the meeting was very successful, and we shall soon be able to have a nice temple in London.
Los Angeles
1969-01-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — January 15, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara Prabhu,

Please accept my humble dandabats. I understand from a letter of Upendra Brahmacari in Seattle that you have inquired about me from him after your return from Vrindaban. I welcome your suggestion to open a branch of our Iskcon society in Bombay, and you want to help me in this connection. There are two of my disciples in Vrindaban. I do not know if you met them while you were there, and I am awaiting for their letters because one of them was…
Los Angeles
1969-04-05Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 5, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I have received one letter from your devoted wife, Malati, dated April 2, 1969, and there is a new return address written on the envelope. I wish that you inform me as to the position of this new address. I also understand from Malati
San Francisco
1969-04-16Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 16, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your encouraging letter dated April 14, 1969, and I am very glad to learn that Mr. George Harrison has given a letter of guarantorship to the Camden Council. One other thing is that Mr. Harrison is purchasing 172 acres of land near London, and it is expected that he will construct a temple of Radha-Krishna there. This is also very encouraging news. If you think that he is serious about it,…
New York
1969-05-06Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 6, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. Your letter dated May 1, 1969, delivered by special express mail is very much thought-provoking. Actually, if we get that church in negotiation, it will be a great achievement. Mr. George Harrison is sometimes coming forward to help us and sometimes he is not straightforward. But because he is chanting Hare Krishna and he has some faith in Krishna, a little respect for me, I am sure he will come forward to help our movem…
Boston
1969-05-26Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 26, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am very pleased to read your letter dated May 21, 1969. Your anxiety for my health may not be increased, because I am keeping quite fit nowadays. There was a little backache in Boston for two or three days, but now I am walking in this hilly tract up and down. So don
New Vrindaban
1969-06-03Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 3, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated May 29, 1969, and I have noted the contents. I am very glad that the Queen has consented the Redundant Churches Bill, and there is good chance of getting one church for our temple. There are many redundant churches because the Christian people are gradually deviating from their religious beliefs on account of stereotype presentation of the Bible by sophisticated priests. M…
New Vrindaban
1969-06-12Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 12, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of June 5, 1969, and with great joy I understand that at last you have secured one nice house which can accommodate twenty or thirty people. I have immediately asked Trivikrama das Brahmacari of Buffalo to go there, and he is sending Mukunda one telegram confirming this. I am also advising Vibhavati and Isana das to go there. Next I shall try to find out some other brahmacaris …
New Vrindaban
1969-06-29Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 29, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter of June 19, 1969, and I have noted the contents carefully. Here in Los Angeles I have arrived on the 23rd of June from New Vrindaban. I received your telegram for a loan of $1025, and immediately I arranged to have it sent from New York. I understand from Mukunda
Los Angeles
1969-07-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — July 15, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated July 6, 1969, and it is very encouraging. The best thing is that you have now a first-class building for a temple at 7 Bury Place. It doesn
Los Angeles
1969-07-31Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — July 31, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I thank you very much for your letter dated July 25, 1969 and noted the contents with great encouragement, but at the same time I received one letter from Gurudasa which was not very encouraging. He told me about the difficulty that was had in performing the Rathayatra Festival, and I am enclosing a copy of the letter to you which I replied to Gurudasa. The purport of my letter is that there is no cause for any disappoin…
Los Angeles
1969-08-13Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — August 13, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated August 5th, 1969 and have noted the contents. When I first heard that the wheels of the car collapsed it was so great a shock to me that the whole day I was sick and morose, and now after receiving this letter and your pictures I am very much enlivened. The car was on the road and the photo is taken with a multitude of people. That is your success and as a result of this …
Los Angeles
1969-08-31Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — August 31, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated August 27th, 1969, and I have noted the contents with great joy. You are improving in every respect of our London Yatra program, and I think your labor to make friends with the Beatles has been successful in the matter of pressing the Hare Krishna record. I hope by this means many thousands of pounds will flow into Krishna
Hamburg
1969-12-29Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — December 29, 1969

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I reached Boston as scheduled on December 21st, and there was a good reception by the devotees for Krishna’s servant. The newspaper article published remarked on this occasion that
Boston
1970-01-06Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — January 6, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated January 2nd, 1970 and accordingly I have issued one letter to Mr. Allen Klein, the copy of which is enclosed herewith, please find. I have advised Brahmananda to see him. I am so glad to learn that Sriman George is making good advancement in Krishna consciousness. He is a good soul and I am praying for him to Krishna, so surely he will make advancement. His book,
Los Angeles
1970-01-23Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — January 23, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings.

Regarding George’s money: Brahmananda talked with Gargamuni and informed him that one week ago the secretary of Mr. Klein
Los Angeles
1970-02-10Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 10, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your two letters dated January 31 and February 3, 1970 respectively. Your attitude of humbleness and meekness in the service of Krishna Consciousness is the only qualification which can lead us to upper grade of Krishna Consciousness, and this is the version of Lord Caitanya. Your service is appreciated not only by me, but all other members of the Society.
Los Angeles
1970-02-16Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 16, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your very interesting letter dated 11 February, 1970. In the meantime, I have sent you one letter which I hope you have received by this time.
Los Angeles
1970-02-21Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 21, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 16 February, 1970, along with “Govindam” record. I have heard it played on a record player and, although the machine was not very good, still I enjoyed the transcendental vibration very much.
Los Angeles
1970-02-25Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 25, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 22 February, 1970, and noted the contents carefully.

In the meantime I have posted another letter in which I have given hints how George can write the foreword. I want that he may write the foreword by his personal experience, otherwise, I could write one for him if he so desires.
Los Angeles
1970-03-08Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — March 8, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 3 March, 1970, along with the “Govindam” record. The record is so nice that I am playing it at least once in a day and it is giving me transcendental pleasure with tears in my eyes. I am sure this record will be the first-class
Los Angeles
1970-03-28Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — March 28, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. Since a few weeks I have not received any letter from you and I understand also that some of you have moved to George’
Los Angeles
1970-04-12Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 12, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated 9th April, 1970, with enclosure of George’s introduction to KRSNA. Please convey my thanks to him.
Los Angeles
1970-04-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 15, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 11th April, 1970.

Regarding your further statement in the matter of George’
Los Angeles
1970-04-24Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 24, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

Friar Park, England

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated 20th April, 1970.

Regarding George’s foreword, you write to say that certainly there will be no more changes. Do you mean that the changes which you have already suggested in you letter dated 11th April with quotation from Swami Vivekananda are to be added? We cannot add any quotation from Swami Vivekananda. In your letter of April 11th you have asked me to i…
Los Angeles
1970-05-14Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 14, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

c/o George Harrison

Oxfordshire, England

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 7th May, 1970, written on Hare Krishna stationery of George Harrison. My hearty thanks are to George Harrison because now he is chanting Hare Krsna so enthusiastically. May Krsna bless him more and more, and he may advance in Krsna consciousness.
Los Angeles
1970-06-19Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 19, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I have not heard from you since a long time, and I think you are now very busy on account of Rathayatra festival. I hope you are all well with your good wife, Malati, and daughter, Sarasvati. Your good daughter
Los Angeles
1970-07-19Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — July 19, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

London

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am so glad to receive your letter dated 10th July, 1970. Before that I received one postcard from you in Amsterdam. I was expecting your letter since a long time, but I could understand that you were very busy with Rathayatra festival, and I am very glad to learn that this time you made Lord Jagannatha
Los Angeles
1970-08-14Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — August 14, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. Now that I have formed this Governing Board Commission, the twelve members should each act as my zonal secretaries. So kindly keep me informed of your zone
Tokyo
1970-09-22Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — September 22, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated Sept. 13, 1970, and I have noted the contents carefully and with pleasure. I am especially pleased to note your fresh enthusiasm after your recent visit to the States, and also your statement that there is renewed determination and fresh enthusiasm in all of the temples you have visited. That is very encouraging to me, and if the GBC continues to work in this way there wi…
Calcutta
1970-10-23Tamala Krsna, Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara — October 23, 1970

Letter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Tamala Krsna and Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I hope you and your good wives as well as Srimat Sarasvati are all well. I have safely arrived in Amritsar and we are being very well cared for at the Vedant Niketan. The people and also the Sannyasis here are very much liking our Sankirtana Movement, so things are going on nicely.
Amritsar
1970-10-25Tamala Krsna, Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara — October 25, 1970

Letter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Tamala Krishna and Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I’m in due receipt of your separate letters and have noted the contents carefully. The letter addressed to Ksirodakasayi has been approved by me and sent by airmail to London. I think the procedure followed by you for Bombay activities is quite nice. I was thinking of going to Delhi and Vrndavana but, as you say, that my presence in Bombay will be more beneficial. Therefore we hav…
Amritsar
1970-12-09Tamala Krsna, Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara — December 9, 1970

Letter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Tamala Krsna and Syamasundara.,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your two letters dated 4th and 5th December, 1970, respectively, as well as one telegram dated 7th, December regarding the Surat program.
Indore
1970-12-13Tamala Krsna, Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara — December 13, 1970

Letter to: Tamala Krsna, Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Tamala Krsna and Syamasundara,

Pleased accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated December 6th, 1970. Regarding the land in Bombay, we shall prefer to have that vacant land at 5 lakhs. That is a better place than Mr. Shedh
Indore
1970-12-30Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — December 30, 1970

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 26th December, 1970.

You write to say that on last Monday morning you were to see Mr. G. R. Jolly, but you talked with Hansadutta by trunk call this morning and you did not mention anything about your meeting with Mr. Jolly. If Jolly accepts our terms of Rs. 50,000 down immediately and the balance to be paid by Rs. 2,000 every month as I have advised you previously, then…
Surat
1971-02-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — February 15, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your tow letters dated 8th February, 1971 and nil, respectively.

From the beginning it was my program not to sell books but to make life members. The idea is that in India when we speak of price Rs. 64/ for KRSNA book or say Rs. 30/ for Bhagavad-Gita As It Is, practically their hearts begins to fade because in India most of them are not accustomed to pay so much price but when we speak of …
Gorakhpur
1971-03-05Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — March 5, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I thank you very much for your letter dated 2nd March, 1971. It is very encouraging. I’ve received one telegram from Hansadutta. It is understood he has personally gone to Jaipur to take the Deities, and he will personally take them to Bombay, so there is no anxiety for the Deities. You can go on preparing the throne and dress very gorgeously. Regarding going to Madras, it may be postponed for the time being. We …
Bombay
1971-05-06Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 6, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. Please inform me about the purchase of our house in Bombay. Send a telegram to Sydney as follows:

ISKCON

118 Oxford Street

Paddington
Malaysia
1971-05-06Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 6, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I’m very glad to inform you that we have reached Malaysia very shortly, that on my arrival there was nice meeting, and then we have come outside the city. Yesterday I was very busy all day.
Malaysia
1971-05-26Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 26, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. You will be glad to know that I am starting for Bombay on the morning of the 31st May, 1971, at 9:00 P.M. on Indian Airlines, flight no. 130. So please attend the airport and pick me up. A telegram will follow.
Calcutta
1971-05-29Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — May 29, 1971

Letter to: Syamasundara

Bombay

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. There has been a slight change of plans and I will not be arriving Bombay on 31st May, 1971. Rather my arrival there will be delayed for a few days. At the request of my Godbrother, Puri Maharaja, I have consented to go to Rajahmundry with party for a few days. I will be leaving Calcutta for Rajahmundry program on the evening of the 1st June, 1971 and will let you know by telegram when I am due to arrive in Bomba…
Calcutta
1972-12-07Syamasundara, Tamala Krsnaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara, Tamala Krsna — December 7, 1972

Letter to: Syamasundara, Tamala Krsna

Bombay

My dear Syamasundara and Tamala,

Please accept my blessings. I am very much surprised not to hear from you about the Nair affair. I have tried to contact you by phone, but it is understood that you have left Mr. Valia
Ahmedabad
1974-04-01Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 1, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

Brooklyn

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your telegram dated 13 April, 1974 reading as follows: “My most humble obeisances departed India today for America. All signs favorable for good success kindly inform c/o Brooklyn Temple how and where you wish funds repaid. Also how many and where to send your tickets for London plus expected arrival date. Suggest early May for English fragrant Springtime etc . . .
Bombay
1974-04-08Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — April 8, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

Puri, India

Dear Syamasundara Brahmacari,

Please accept my greetings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 3/4/74.

I have not visited Jagannatha Puri because my men are not allowed to see the deity. When you arrange that we can visit the temple with my disciples then I can come immediately. Now I am in India up until May 15 then I am going to Europe to visit in France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany etc., and then I will come back and remain until the end of Au…
Bombay
1974-06-08Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — June 8, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

New York

My dear Syamasundara,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated May 25, 1974 and I have carefully noted the extensive contents.

You have taken the right decision. For the time being you suspend your GBC responsibilities and let Hansadutta manage as he is doing nicely. Hansadutta saw me recently, however, and was complaining that he is meeting with an opposing party there, although he is working as authorized GBC. I think if…
Paris
1974-07-15Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — July 15, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

My dear Syamasundara Prabhu,

Please accept my blessings. I do not know where your address is, still I am writing this letter to you for urgent business matter. The philosophy discourses we had years ago is now lying without any utility, so all your Godbrothers are very much anxious to publish it.
Los Angeles
1974-09-20Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — September 20, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

Hyderabad

My dear Syamasundara das:

Please accept my blessings. Enclosed find a copy of a letter received from Swiss Credit Bank which will speak for itself, but it is not at all desirable. Similar many letters are being received in London. So I shall be glad to hear from you how you are going to adjust things. I do not know where you are now, but I am supposing you are in Hyderabad. I am forwarding this letter there. I hope you will reply this letter with a proper exp…
Vrindaban
1974-11-01Syamasundaraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Syamasundara — November 1, 1974

Letter to: Syamasundara

Sri Purusottama Math

Chatak Parvat

Puri

My dear Syamasundara das Prabhu:

Please accept my humble obeisances at your lotus feet. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 10/10/74 and have noted the contents. Just now I have come to Bombay from our temple at Sri Dhama Mayapur. There is not negotiation going on that I may go to Bhuvaneśvara by the beginning of the month of December. At that time if you find it convenient you can come and see me. I will send you…
Bombay
 
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